Medexter at eHealth Summit Austria's Industrial Exhibition (June 18–19, 2015)―In the beautiful setting of Schönbrunn Palace, the health-IT event of the year took place in form of a double conference hosted by HIMMS Europe: eHealth Summit Austria and PDMS Conference D.A.CH. caused professionals in the health IT sector to congregate in Vienna in the end of June. As one of the summit’s industry partners, Medexter Healthcare was part of the trade fair, where members of the Medexter team presented our products and solutions at our booth. A guided tour, the so called "summit walk" gave interested parties a chance to hear short presentations on the companies' products, followed by a Q&A session with the visitors. As always, Medexter greatly benefited from the exchange and conversations with doctors, IT professionals, and fellow providers of health IT solutions.
Scientific Contributions at eHealth Summit Austria (June 18–19, 2015)―As part of eHealth Summit Austria's scientific programme, a workshop on "Klinische Entscheidungs-unterstützung in der Praxis – HL7 Standards, Interoperabilität und ausgewählte Anwendungen" was co-hosted by members of the Medexter team on the first day of the conference. On the second day, CEO and Scientific Head Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Adlassnig gave a presentation on "Herausforderung Infektionsprophylaxe: IT-gestützte Qualitätssicherung" as part of the summit's HIMMS track. A lively discussion between the sessions's lecturers and the audience ensued.
Arden Syntax training course in Vienna (June 17, 2015)―For the second time, Medexter―in cooperation with Health Level Seven (HL7) Austria and the FH Technikum Wien―hosted a free one-day Arden Syntax training course. With the number of attendees more than doubled in comparison to last year's course, CEO Klaus-Peter Adlassnig and Medexter's Arden Syntax project leader Karsten Fehre presented a variety of topics such as clinical decision support, knowledge-based systems, medical logic module (MLM) programming, ArdenML, linguistic and propositional uncertainty, technical integration, clinical applications, barriers and acceptance in clinical routine, and others. The course's morning session was designed for Arden Syntax beginners and laypeople, whereas in the afternoon session, advanced topics were discussed. Attendees were students, doctors, journalists, health-IT personnel, and researchers. Medexter received great feedback, and we will be hosting another training course soon. Please let us know if you are interested in a training course.
Save the date: training courses, exhibitions & conferences
We are pleased to announce that members of our management team are present at the following exhibitions and conferences. Please do not hesitate to arrange for a meeting at one of the these events:
July 21, 2015
A colloquium lecture on "Stand und Zukunft von Arden Syntax — Fortschritte in Intensivmedizin, Krankenhaushygiene und Qualitätsmanagement" will be presented at the Institute of Medical Informatics, University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany by CEO and Scientific Head Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Adlassnig.
August 19–23, 2015
CEO and Scientific Head Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Adlassnig will be present at the 15th World Congress on Health and Biomedical Informatics (MEDINFO 2015) in São Paulo/Brazil.
September 17, 2015
CEO and Scientific Head Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Adlassnig was invited to say words of appreciation at ID Berlin's 30 year anniversary in Potsdam, Germany.
October 4–9, 2015
Meet members of the Medexter team at HL7 International's Annual Plenary & Work Group Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia/U.S.A.
November 14–18, 2015
Members of the Medexter team will be present at the AMIA 2015 Annual Symposium in San Francisco/U.S.A.